Crowe Valley Conservation warned of high flows last week, and have now extended that warning until April 17th.

While no flooding is anticipated over the next 72 hours, they elevated flow level will continue because of the forecasted temperatures, recent rain and snow that is continuing to melt.

They continue to urge residents – especially children – to stay away from all dams, weirs, hydro generating plants and bridges. “Springtime conditions on watercourses can easily create dangerous situations causing harm or drowning accidents leading to fatalities,” they say.